The Proposed Approach To Amendments To Domestic (Scottish Statutory Instruments - SSIs) Food and Feed Legislation - contingency planning for EU Exit In A No Deal Scenario

Closed 20 Jan 2019

Opened 17 Dec 2018

Overview

Food Standards Scotland (FSS) would welcome your comments on the proposed amendments and options to ensure Scottish domestic legislation can continue to operate if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

This consultation concerns proposed technical amendments to food and feed safety and hygiene, food compositional standards, labelling and nutrition labelling domestic legislation applying in Scotland to ensure that this legislation can continue to operate after the UK has left the European Union (EU).

Why We Are Consulting

To seek the views of enforcement authorities, food and animal feed businesses, consumers groups, other stakeholders and the wider public as to the proposed amendments and options to ensure Scottish domestic legislation can continue to operate if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

What Happens Next

Consultation responses will be analysed and feedback will be provided following the consultation.

Audiences

  • Consumer
  • Food Manafacturer
  • Food Producer
  • Retailer
  • Enforcer
  • Academic
  • Researcher
  • Academic
  • University
  • Local Authority
  • Commerical Food Testing Laboratory
  • Consumer
  • Consumer
  • Food Industry
  • Local Authority
  • Researcher
  • Academic
  • University
  • Scientist
  • Consumer
  • Government Department
  • Scientific Advisory Commitee
  • Research Council
  • Scientist
  • Researcher
  • Academic
  • University
  • Local Authority
  • Consumer
  • Government department
  • Local authority
  • Primary producer
  • Scottish Government
  • FSA
  • COSLA
  • DEFRA

Interests

  • Microbiological safety of food
  • chemical safety of food
  • radiological safety of food
  • food authenticity
  • adulteration of food
  • food surveillance
  • environmental monitoring
  • foodborne illness
  • information storage
  • diet
  • health